Anchor returns

The mixed feelings of this year's schedule change

Lucy Sun, Reporter

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“People can exchange words of advice, be able to learn from one another, and help support upper and underclassmen together as one,” Principal Kuss-Cybula said.

Grace Kim (12) said that these changes enhance Anchor. “I like [Anchor at the end of the day] because it gives us some time to do homework before we go home.”Gabe Hallett (12), believes Anchor’s position in the schedule was better before.

“It’s good when you have something to do, but for the rest of the time it’s tedious.”“It’s great for kids who have to leave early …kids have a down period to organize their thoughts and manage their time and do homework,” Phil Henoch (Math) said.

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